Super happy birthday, Tatiana!! We are sure you will have a double celebration today… Graduating yesterday and turning 19 the next day are good reasons to party party party!
Many happy returns from all of us at Villa Ecureuil… Missing you!
This morning, at the Théâtre du Léman in Geneva, the CDL Graduation Ceremony took place – such a great moment for us all! The biggest number of graduates for CDL so far, can you believe it? And the fantastic Ecureuil ladies were there among the many… to close the circle of their academic careers at CDL.
Congratulations to you all! It was an honor to see your beautiful, sparkly eyes after the ceremony was over! Now the adventure begins… 🙂
Anastasia and the two Tatianas before the Ceremony (above)
Ingrid (center) with some friends from the French section (above)
Mr. Schaedler’s commencement address (above)
This is my last post for 2013.
2014 is going to be a special year for a lot of us. It is when we will graduate from high school and enter university. Recently I have been surrounded by loads of homework, essays and application emails and so have my roommates. We’ve all experienced through staying up at night to finish work that needs to be done. Because of this, I am determined to set a goal for myself in 2014, to stop PROCRASTINATING.
Through various assignments, I realized that the time I finish my work gets closer and closer to the actual deadline. This is not a very good habit, especially when I have a lot of things to do and when they have to go to many other people. Some say that finishing work before the deadline boots the adrenaline in the body which then increases creativity. However, I still think I need to be responsible for myself and do what I should do, instead of looking forward to being busy when I can actually start my work.
2013 has been a busy year. IB, university applications and other small things have made this year full and exciting.
I have already made a small list of what I would love to do in 2014:
1. Stop PROCRASTINATING
2. Get a driver’s license
3. Try to read and understand the Name of the Rose
4. Study hard for IB
5. Don’t wake up angry.
Since there is more than a month left for 2013, I think we should still do our best and try to have a satisfying ending of this year… which can also bring a perfect beginning for the next.